Before you express your outrage at me, I should start by saying I love Android phones. I love how one can customise the phone to their liking, have access to storage for file management and even have some of the sexiest designs we’ve ever seen. However, there are quite a few things that Android needs to improve upon where Apple tends to shine with the iPhone. Many phones are riddled with ads, unwanted apps, unresponsive UI and no ecosystem to fall back on. A smartphone is the most used and important gadget in everyone’s life and there are quite a few things Apple does better with their phones. Here’s the entire list of things Android can take inspiration from to improve their platform even:
Privacy And Security
If you are an Android user you know that your data is being collected and even Apple does that. However, the Cupertino giant does a better job at keeping it anonymous. In fact, Apple also didn’t allow the FBI to get backdoor access to an iPhone after 10 incorrect passcode attempt. On the other hand, many Android OEM companies like to serve you ads on their phones and even send intruding notifications from time to time. Apple also introduced a new ‘Sign in with Apple’ feature that lets users hide their personal details from apps and websites that collect your personal data. Apple encrypts the data making it harder for websites and apps to collect details like age, email address, home address, phone numbers and other personal data.
Apple is known for supporting their devices for many years and it is rumoured that the latest iOS 14 update will be supported by even the five-year-old iPhone 6S. When talking about Android phones, the story is entirely different as most OEMs only provide two years of updates and then force their customers to upgrade to their latest phone. You can read in detail about how Apple will be supporting millions of older iPhones with the iOS 14 update while Android companies keep ignoring their customers with older phones. These updates are crucial as it often includes bug fixes, security patches and battery stability improvements.
The Fastest Phones Ever
Apple has killed it with their new A13 Bionic chipset that can be found on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and the newly launched iPhone SE. What’s impressive is that the chipset still beats the latest chipsets by Qualcomm, Mediatek and others with flying colours; in fact, they don’t even come close. The iPhone SE, a budget device launched by Apple is as powerful and at times faster than 2020 flagship Android phones. It really is a shame that no Android can really match the iPhone’s speed and power right now.
iPhones Have Better Resale Value
When you’re upgrading to a new phone, you tend to sell your phone on classifieds websites. However, the biggest shock you get is the value of your phone. Android phones tend to drop a lot more in value than an iPhone simply because they aren’t as desirable. If you want to know about Android phone values and how they drop so swiftly with time, you can read the detailed .
Once you purchase an iPhone you will eventually explore Apple’s ecosystem. Whether you get the Apple Watch, AirPods or even the HomePod; everything just works seamlessly. The iPhone and the Apple Watch work in perfect tandem and has also been responsible for saving lives. There’s nothing really out there like the AirPods that can connect with the iPhone without any hassles while other earphones still face pairing issues. Everything that connects with the iPhone from Apple’s ecosystem is developed keeping the phone and the product in mind. Google attempted to get into the ecosystem game but we’re still waiting for a competent star watch that can actually match up to the Apple Watch.
Better Apps That Launch First on the iPhone
Whether you like it or not, developers give Apple’s App Store more priority over Google Play simply because it is easier to make apps for the platform. App Store is also the first to get most games, apps and services that generally run better than its Android version does. In fact, in order to get the same app running properly on Android, developers have to put in 38 per cent more code to get it working properly. Even the apps look and perform better than its Android version simply because Apple has higher standards than Play Store when it comes to third-party apps and has to adhere to their guidelines. If an app violates Apple’s privacy policies or other guidelines, they simply don’t get approved.
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